While some anime heroes are beyond cool, a good chunk of them are so cringey that they cause second-hand embarrassment.
Anime is full of legendary swords with magnificent powers, but not every anime sword can live up to those lofty standards.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have accepted their former enemy as their mentor -- and they have made the right decision.
Anime magic users might be overshadowed by swordfighters, but the best spellcasters show they deserve to stand among the greatest anime has to offer.
Waifus are the ideal life partner in the imagination of anime fans, and some of them are downright legendary as the best of all time.
While some villains are undeniably cool, many others are too embarrassing to watch. Viewers can't help but cringe watching these villains.
Saitama from One Punch Man can annihilate almost any foe with a single punch, but the powerhouses of anime and comic books are the exception.
Rin Nohara plays an important part in Naruto's story, so it's a shame that there's so little information about her. Fans want to know much more.
Denki Kaminari often falls behind in Class 1-A, but if he must face villains in mortal combat, he'll prove himself as one of U.A.'s best fighters.
Like Princess Leia before her, Nezuko Kamado is a hero's sister who could have fallen to the dark side. But she's better than that.
Numerous anime twins are strong in a fight, regardless of if they have the deepest of relationships or the fiercest of rivalries.
Outside the world of One Piece, there are plenty of anime girls who Sanji would be more than happy to cook for.
When they're not out fighting crime or taking down their opponents, many anime heroes are lazy or unproductive.
While many spin-offs are thought to be mindless cash grabs, some anime franchises created unnecessary spin-offs that everyone loved.
Many waifu characters have gotten way overhyped over the years. Adored by fans and placed on a pedestal, they seem far greater than they actually are.
Anime adaptations of manga often steal the spotlight, leaving live action adaptations in the shadows. Here's some of the best live-action adaptations.
Some anime dos are so cool, they’ve become just as iconic as the characters themselves.
The bond between an anime father and his child can show fans what they should appreciate about their own fathers.
Anime that focus purely on comedy tend to be underrated, but they still deserve their place in the spotlight. Some of them even need a second season.
Just like One-Punch Man, My Isekai Life is about the thrilling spectacle of anime action, not the suspense.
All Might's muscle form in MHA is symbolic of his heroic strength and his worthiness of One For All. Perhaps it's Midoriya's turn to bulk up, too.
Many anime shows targeted at kids have impactful, investing, critically acclaimed stories that adults can enjoy just as much as children, if not more.
Zenitsu might be one of the most annoying Demon Slayer characters but he's also the most relatable.
Demon Slayer's Tengen Uzui & a bevy of other flashy anime characters remind viewers that flamboyancy is as natural as it is admirable.
Fans could make the argument that Mario could take on anime's catalog of strong fighters, though there are just as many who would spell "Game Over."
Cullen Bunn and Andrea Mutti's upcoming new comic, A Legacy of Violence #1 unsettles and gets under the skin from the very first page.